PLEA 2006

23rd International Conference on
Passive and Low Energy Architecture
Geneva Switzerland 6 – 8 September 2006

Day 2, 7th September

11:00 Technical sessions Paper/Vol.-Page
Auditorium Paxton - Building analyses of well-known architects

1. Bioclimatic lessons from Luis Barragáns’s architecture
Anibal FIGUEROA, Gloria CASTORENA 115 / l-37
2. Bioclimatic skyscraper – learning from Bawa
Beng-Kiang TAN, David ROBSON 134 / l-753
3. Thermal comfort in a sustainable house by Frank Lloyd Wright
Mark SCHILER, Sumit BRAHMBHATT 759 / ll-535
4. An analysis of the contributions of lighting and climate to the architecture of
Luis Barragán
David AVILA 876 / ll-993
5. Brasilia: daylighting analysis of public buildings designed by Oscar Niemeyer
Cláudia NAVES, David AMORIM, Ladislao SZABO 922 / ll-999
6. Linking bioclimatic theory and environmental performance in its climatic and
cultural context – an analysis into the tropical high-rises of Ken Yeang
Puteri Shireen JAHNKASSIM, Kenneth IP 969 / ll-309
7. Architecture integrated to nature: the use of timber by Severiano Porto in
Brazilian Amazon
Leticia NEVES 232 / I-49

Technical sessions
Trombe Hall - Case study

1. Performance monitoring of a naturally ventilated city centre library
Birgit KRAUSSE, Malcolm COOK, Kevin LOMAS 144 / l-791
2. The variety and analysis of ecological footprint in recent years in Chongqing, China
(Jie ZHENG )Ming LI, Baizhan LI, Shu LI 834 / l-785
3. Tinted glass curtain wall and its implications on the occupants’ health – case study of
a tight office building in Algiers
Imane CHABANE, Rafik BENSALEM 762 / l-803
4. Daylighting optimization of the new factory of Turbomeca in Bordes, France
B PAULE, J-F IRISSOU, G SAUNIER 322 / l-811
5. Tyre_space©, elastic building frames applied in urban and rural environments
Cristian SUAU, Fernando AYALA 949 / ll-1005

Technical sessions
Bowen Hall - Low energy design at the urban scale

1. Tempering the elements: botanic gardens and the search for paradise
Kate BAKER 177 / l-477
2. Air ventilation assessment system for high density planning and design
Edward Yan-Yung NG 642 / l-323
3. Integration of energy issues into the design process of sustainable neighbourhoods
Emmanuel REY 710 / l-679
4. Solar rights in the design of urban spaces
I. CAPELUTO, A. YEZIORO, T. BLEIBERG, E. SHAVIV 780 / l-689
5. Exploring the thermal benefits of plants in industrial areas with respect to
the tropical climate
Nyuk-Hien WONG, Yu CHEN, Siu-Tee WONG, Calvin CHUNG 554 / l-299
6. Housing daylight in urban centres, study case: Havana
Dania GONZALEZ COURET, Anielsys ZORRILLA, Hector GOMEZ 821 / l-817

14:00 Technical sessions
Auditorium Paxton - Case study

1. Thermal studies of suitable ecological building in China’s Loess Plateau region
Jun MU, Edward Yan-Yung NG 703 / ll-921
2. Integration of living machine and biogas plant case EVA Centre Lanxmeer, Culemborg
Arjan van TIMMEREN, Millie TAWIL 892 / l-947
3. A comparative study of the thermal performance of building materials
S. ELIAS-OZKAN, F. SUMMERS, N. SURMELI, S. YANNA 918 / l-959
4. Rural populations and renewable energy sources - experiences of the Republic of Serbia
Mila PUCAR, Marina NENKOVIC 317 / l-965
5. Experiences from Universeum Science Centre in Sweden: focus on delivery
– a weak link between the project and the building in use
Paula FEMENĺAS 502 / ll-939
6. Linking sustainability to the realm of built environment: central paradigms in
sustainability research
Heidi DUMREICHER, Bettina KOLB 938 / ll-975

Technical sessions
Trombe Hall - Case study

1. Albatros-D: a systemic method for participatory urban diagnosis
G. DESTHIEUX, C. MERZ, F. FLOURENTZOU, L. CHENU, F. GOLAY 996 / l-937
2. Arfrisol, bioclimatic architecture and solar cooling project
A. BOSQUED, S. PALERO, C. SAN JUAN, S. SOUTULLO, R. ENRIQUEZ, J. A. FERRER,
J. MARTI, J.HERAS, J. D. GUZMAN, M. J. JIMENEZ, R. BOSQUED, M. R. HERAS 560 / l-833
3. Design and evaluation of a low carbon emitting naturally ventilated student health centre
Ian WARD, Haşim ALTAN, Nian-Xiong LIU 204 / l-849
4. Case study of the design and post-occupancy evaluation of an environmentally
sustainable educational facility
Lester PARTRIDGE, Nathan GROENHOUT 841 / l-913
5. Case study of a low-energy (minergie®) multifamily complex in Switzerland.
First appraisal after two years of exploitation
J-M ZGRAGGEN, M. BARTHASSAT, P. HAEFELI, B. LACHAL, B. Schmid, W. WEBER 944 / l-925
6. A multi-stage down-draft evaporative cool tower for semi-enclosed spaces.
Part l: aerodynamic design
Evyatar ERELL, David PEARLMUTTER, Yair ETZION 808/809 / ll-559
7. A multi-stage down-draft evaporative cool tower for semi-enclosed spaces.
Part II: water spraying system
David PEARLMUTTER, Yair ETZION, Evyatar ERELL 809/808 / ll-565

Technical sessions
Bowen Hall - Low energy design at the urban scale

1. “La ville radieuse” by Le Corbusier, once again a case study
M. MONTAVON, K. STEEMERS, V. CHEN, R. COMPAGNON 987 / l-941
2. The impermanent house: a psycho-analytical approach to improving Glasgow’s
social housing scheme
Janice FUNG, Colin PORTEOUS, Tim SHARPE 214 / ll-131
3. Thermal comfort in urban space renewal
Gianni SCUDO, Valentina DESSI 858 / ll-491
4. Thermal generative model for energy efficient form generation
Shuo CHEN, Koen STEEMERS 832 / l-349
5. Impact of on-site variables on the influence of vegetation in lowering outdoor
temperature in high-rise high-density environments
R. GIRIDHARAN, S. S.Y. LAU, S GANESAN, B GIVONI 807 / ll-827
6. The role of courtyards in relation to air temperature of urban dwellings in Athens
Eirini TSIANAKA 173 / ll-833
 

 

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